Parsonage Plantation St Helena Island Beaufort County
- Earliest known date of existence ?
- House built ?
- ? Isaac Perry Fripp was owner (1, p. 424)
- 1849 By this year, Isaac Perry Fripp had given or sold a large portion of Parsonage's property to his son-in-law Edgar Fripp. Edgar called his plantation Palmetto Hills, currently known as Seaside Plantation (1, p. 424)
- Number of acres ?
- Primary crop ?
- Chronological list Isaac Perry Fripp; Ely
References & Resources
- Richard Porcher and Sarah Fick, The Story of Sea Island Cotton (Layton, Utah: Gibbs Smith, 2005)
- News & Courier Newspaper (predecessor to the Charleston Post & Courier) February 26, 1933 issue reprint of Free South April 4, 1863 listing of St. Helena Island plantation sales prior to the Civil War